Singers Leona Lewis and Amy Winehouse have made it onto a list of the richest young music stars for the first time.
Amy, who's famous for her wild behaviour as well as her great songs, has an estimated fortune of £10m, according to the Sunday Times' list.
The 24-year-old is 10th in the top 100 richest people in music in Britain aged 30 and under.
X Factor chart-topper Leona Lewis is also a new entry at 14th place with an estimated £6m in the bank.
The richest music star is Dhani Harrison, son of former Beatle George Harrison, who tops the list with a whopping £160m
Harry Potter star Emma Watson
Others in the list from previous years include violinist Vanessa-Mae (£32m), Joss Stone (£12m), Charlotte Church and Gavin Henson (£11m), Katherine Jenkins (£9m), and Jamie Cullum (£5m).
In a separate list of Britain's Richest 100 Young Millionaires, Harry Potter stars Emma Watson and Rupert Grint feature for the first time.
Emma is worth £10m and Rupert worth £7m and join Daniel Radcliffe - who plays Harry himself - who is now worth £20m.